acute infection. with severe disease of the nervous system caused by a bacterium (tetanus wand) when it enters the body through broken skin or mucous membranes, widespread. advantage. in agricultural p-tries. Lockjaw organism lives in the intestines of herbivorous animals and humans without causing disease, and falls with their feces to soil where it can persist for years. Most often occurs after S. injured foot when walking barefoot ("disease of bare feet"), usually develops in 5 — 14 days after infection, manifested attacks torment. convulsions, and often ends in death. C. Prevention by children and young people as active immunization with tetanus toxoid. Tourists vaccinated against S. St. 10 years ago, before the campaign should be well before the in clinic for booster immunization. In the campaign is not recommended to walk barefoot, especially at grazing. For any injuries (wounds, including bites, burns, insignificant. Abrasions) pay extra attention to the wound antiseptic. funds and imposing a sterile dressing. In any case can not be applied to the wound, the land plants. In the romance. hike in the presence of the tour. Group med. employee is advisable to have in the medicine cabinet for the tetanus toxoid emergency prevention: a tourist in trauma grafted St. 2 but less than 10 years ago, he was subcutaneously injected 0.5 ml of toxoid.